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5 Seconds of Summer’s new album looks so perfect

Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer released their self-titled debut album...

Summer Destination: Milwaukee’s Summerfest

Not every music festival is created the same. Milwaukee’s Summerfest...

Complete guide to Chicago summer festivals

With summer in full swing, the festivals in Chicago just keep getting better...

5 last-minute gift ideas for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 15th, but it’s not too late to...

Restaurant review: Tapas Gitana

Tapas Gitana is an authentic Spanish restaurant located at 310 Happ Road in...

Summer recipe: Smoothie for dinner

As the warm weather finally reaches Chicago, it’s time to start...

AS&T Departmental Award: Faruk Muftic

Every year a student is selected for a specific departmental award. This...

Foster the People take over the Riviera

It felt like a coming of pure success this past Friday night as the highly...

Celebrate our independence: What to do on the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is fast approaching and there are so many places to...

Summer Destination: Milwaukee’s Summerfest

Not every music festival is created the same. Milwaukee’s Summerfest...

Custer Street Fair returns to Evanston

The Custer Street Fair is taking place on June 21- 22 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m....

Complete guide to Chicago summer festivals

With summer in full swing, the festivals in Chicago just keep getting better...

Skokie reveals itself at Downtown Skokie: Rediscovered

From June 6 through 8, Skokie will be hosting the Downtown Skokie:...

Summer in Skokie: Downtown Skokie’s Wednesdays on the Green returns for a fourth year

Pull out your lawn chairs and beach blankets, because Downtown...

Splash into summer: Pools open

Looking for a local, relaxing hot summer escape? The Devonshire Aquatic...

“Paws to Read” Skokie Public Library Summer Reading 2014: Pawsitively a great program for teens

Starting June 1st, teen and adult readers can register for the Skokie Public...

“Junior/Senior” Prom?

Prom is almost here for us upperclassmen, but if you pay attention this...

To work or not to work, that is the question

Jobs in high school are often a controversial topic. Though there are many...

Get going, generation: Government and politics

After taking AP U.S. history last year, I decided to skip the stress of more...

Simply a final rose

Two nights ago, a live studio audience and millions of Americans tuned in to...

The new March madness: Prom 2014

It’s the first week of March. The snow is beginning to melt, rain...

Flappy Bird: A flip flop society

It was just a couple weeks ago that Flappy Bird took the world by storm. One...

Don’t let your high school life pass you by

Wow! Dang! Oh my goodness! Where has all this time gone? Yesterday, I was an...

Valentine’s Day: Pointless much?

Every year on Valentine’s Day, people get all lovey-dovey and waste...

Blackhawks tied in the Western Conference

This Stanley Cup series was beginning to look like a repeat of last year....

Extreme Musical Chairs hoists Saga Distro Party to new level

Check out this North Sport Report for the play by play: Who would have...

Varsity boys gymnastics win for their seniors

Varsity boys gymnastics won 129 to 125 against Glenbrook South after having...

Track and field goes the distance to celebrate the “Dan Horyn Mile”

Niles North is hosting the inaugural Dan Horyn Track and Field Invitational...

Girls soccer kicks off to a great start

The Niles North girls soccer team has gotten off to a great start for the...

Bass fishing nabs the big one

Bass fishing, a relatively new sport at Niles North, and in the IHSA. is...

Let the Madness begin

March is the time for shining sun, melting snow, and spring creeping in....

Davis and White win gold for the USA at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

This past week in Sochi, ice dancing partners Meryl Davis and Charlie White...